Poble EspanyolAv Francesc Ferrer i Guardia, 13, Barcelona
Tel: +34 935 08 63 00
4.0 Stars written by Mug Saka
Wasn’t quite interested to pay to get in there at the beginning, yet once in there, it’s worth it. Neat way to experience all NWSE of Spain in a nutshell. Picasso and the contemporary art collection. Local artisans stores in appreciating the variety of arts, crafts and food. Numerous cafes and restaurants along the way to enjoy the walks from day to night.
3.0 Stars written by Irina Kostenko
A nice place. A copy of a traditional Spanish village build to show tourists how people used to live. I guess.
Mainly restaurants and shops. Not much to do. I didn't really understand why the attraction is so popular.
5.0 Stars written by Georgiana Ionel
Nice place to visit. You can see buildings from all Spain. All the shops are selling hand made objects and some of them are made in the shop and you can see the process. In the night the place have a special charm. You have a beautiful panorama of Barcelona. In a presentation room they created a special place and if you enter you can smell the orange flowers.
4.0 Stars written by Angus Spawton-Rice
We went when they were prepping for the NYE party so there was a marquee in Plaza Mayor but that didn't get in the way. Really nice way to put together and compare different regions and architectures of Spain. Spend some time in the gallery too.
5.0 Stars written by Sushmita Borah
I had a lovely experience. It is located in a mountain and well connected by public transport. The architecture inside is worth the 14eu. Student discount available. Very unique place. There are many shops and cafes inside in each lane.